Calgary wins 4-1 over Winnipeg Jets

Calgary wins 4-1 over Winnipeg Jets

Winnipeg Jets is an amazing team and has a huge army of fans and supporters. Go Jets Go!

The Calgary Flames ended a three-game losing skid with a 4-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday, December 27th.

Mark Jankowski had a shorthanded, third-period goal for Calgary, which was 0-2-1 heading into the game. Sean Monahan contributed three assists and Elias Lindholm added a pair.

Gaudreau’s first goal was actually a redirection by Jets forward Patrik Laine, who stuck out his stick to block a Gaudreau pass attempt to Lindholm, but the puck went by goalie Connor Hellebuyck, his third goal was into an empty net.

Adam Lowry scored for the Jets, who had won their previous two games and had a four-game win streak at home halted. David Rittich made 35 saves for Calgary (23-12-3). Hellebuyck stopped 24 shots for Winnipeg (24-11-2).

But, thankfully, the Jets are still first the NHL Western Conference, one point ahead of Calgary!

Winnipeg Jets fans give big support for the team at every game, and fans can get rewarded with the team win or with a much better gift. Thanks to Patrik Laine and the amazing game he showed last weekend, one lucky Jets fan is now $1 million richer, it is actually $50,000 a year for 20 years.

Laine scored a very rare five goals against the St. Louis Blues, a five-goal game means a Million Dollar prize through Safeway/Sobey's Score & Win contest plus $100,000 for the fourth goal, and $1,000 in gift cards for the third goal, for whoever is in the draw that night.

On Saturday, November 24th that happened to be Christopher Haley of Winnipeg, the company tweeted Saturday night, a great night for the team and the fans.

Congratulations to our fellow Winnipegger and let's hope for the win in the next game! Go Jets Go!

Get your tickets now for the next game, if do not have it already or plan a game night with your friends and family to support our own Winnipeg team!

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